SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — The Cal Poly volleyball team and the athletic department announced that setter Jordyn Amoy has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her athletic and academic career at Cal Poly starting in the fall of 2019.
Amoy, who is from Temecula, Calif., has been a four-year starter for Temecula High School, three-time First Team All-League performer, three-year team captain, league MVP, team MVP, four-year academic honoree and 2018 Press Enterprise High School Gametime Girls Volleyball Athlete of the Year. She also holds the school record for career assists with 1,052.
"Jordyn is an outstanding volleyball player and person," head coach Sam Crosson said of Amoy. "Her skill set on the court as a setter is very good, she locates the ball well with tempo, makes good decisions and puts her attackers in places to be successful. She has a great competitive nature, leads by example, and is an outstanding teammate on the court. "We are excited and looking forward to having her join our program with the incoming class of 2019."
While playing at Temecula High School, Amoy helped lead the Golden Bears to two league titles and a 2018 D1 CIF State Regional Championship. She has also played club volleyball for nine years, playing for Viper Volleyball Club, Wave Volleyball Club and Forza1 Volleyball Club.
Cal Poly will lose two seniors (Adlee Van Winden and Katherine Brouker) following the 2018 season.